ATS adapts and rigorously conforms to the ISO 17021 certification standards, in order to better meet the manufacturers’ needs and to be more in line with what is required by the regulations. Through a network of qualified inspectors, with proven experience in the sector, inserted in an available and dynamic structure, ATS, ensures competence and flexibility in the activities carried out.
With these assumptions, ATS offers further solutions in order to fully satisfy the needs of its customers, with the achievement of the following Certifications.
ISO 9001: 2015
The latest revision of the ISO 9001 standard for the most famous Company Quality certification in the world. Guaranteeing one’s value becomes increasingly necessary to compete in an ever wider market. It is often requested for participation in tenders and for qualification in the supplier register of many companies.
ISO 14001: 2015
ISO 14001 certification is a standard that is aimed at all companies that want to demonstrate their commitment to the environment. It is requested in many public tenders, especially in areas with high environmental impact.
OHSAS 18001: 2007
The OHSAS 18001 certification is an English standard, which has as its objective the respect of the regulation on safety at work, the improvement of working environments and the prevention of risks and accidents in the workplace.
ISO 27001: 2013
The ISO 27001 certification is a standard aimed at companies operating in the Information Technology sector. Keeping your security and data protection systems under control is the nerve center of the standard. Request for the AGID qualification and for any company that manages sensitive computer data deriving from the public administration.
ISO 22000: 2005
ISO 22000 certification is a standard aimed at companies operating in the agri-food sector. Keeping your production and distribution processes under control in compliance with HACCP regulations is the key point of this regulation, which ensures the food safety of company products.
EN 12642 XL
Structural strength of the vehicle
ATS performs tests with the release of voluntary certification, according to EN 12642, it is in fact possible at our facilities to certify the preparation of vehicles with mass> 3,500 kg according to the directive EN 12642 code XL A / B.
These transport units are characterized by a label bearing the code “L” or “XL”, depending on the resistance, and are accompanied by a certificate attesting compliance with the EN 12642 standard, indicating the forces in daN that each can support. wall.
ATS carries out checks to obtain the T-PED certification for pressure vessels, as dictated by the most recent Directive 2010/35 / EU. The Directive includes both newly manufactured products and existing equipment. Periodic inspection activities are also planned to verify the maintenance of the safety requirements necessary for the reuse of transportable pressure equipment.
Typical products falling within the scope of the Directive are: Cisterns, Cylinders, Medical gas containers, Cylinders or tubes, Cylinder frames and Cryogenic containers
ATS carries out periodic checks on cranes and platforms installed on trucks, according to the legislation in force in San Marino.
The periodic checks are aimed at ascertaining compliance with the installation methods provided in the instructions for use, the state of maintenance and conservation and the maintenance of the safety conditions of the work equipment and the efficiency of the safety and control devices. To guarantee the safety, safety and health of its employees, the employer has the obligation to periodically check the equipment.
The equipment is divided into three groups:
- Group SC
- SP Group
- GVR group
ATS carries out the explosion risk assessment with classification of ATEX risk environments pursuant to Legislative Decree 81 of 9 April 2008 Title IX. “Explosive atmosphere” means a mixture with air, at atmospheric conditions, of flammable substances in the state of gas, vapors, mists or dusts.
Safety in the workplace with risk of explosion is regulated at European level by Directive 1992/92 / EC “ATEX Work” (ATEX – ATmosphères EXplosibles), related is Directive 2014/34 / EU “ATEX Products”. The directive was implemented in San Marino with a decree.
The employer must divide the areas in which explosive atmospheres may form into zones, for the classification of areas or places, reference can be made to the harmonized technical standards relating to specific sectors, including:
EN 60079-10 (CEI 31-30) “Classification of dangerous places” and subsequent modifications;
EN 61241-10 (CEI 31-66) “Classification of areas where combustible dusts are or may be present” and subsequent modifications; and related guides:
CEI 31-35 and CEI 31-56; and for the analysis of hazards, risk assessment and prevention and protection measures, according to the standard:
EN 1127-1 “Explosive atmospheres. Explosion prevention and explosion protection. Part 1: Fundamental concepts and methodology “.
We are able to issue certifications according to national standards voluntarily and according to international standards.